Make Your Own Ice Cream Sundaes Are the Greatest Dessert Option

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The decorations are hung. The color coordinated ice cream cups are assembled. The tasting spoons are lined up. In fact, except for the guests, the entire party is ready. Your nine year old daughter is excited about a day at the pool with her friends and she insisted that no one needs to bring her birthday gifts, she just wants her friends to be able to spend the day swimming, relaxing, and laughing. You have invited the moms along as well so that you can have plenty of eyes available when the girls are in the pool, so you are even excited about the afternoon.
The ice cream cups and all of the toppings are part of the afternoon treat. The group will be eating pizza for lunch, and your daughter decided that ice cream would taste better on a hot

Ice Cream Can Be a Safe Choice of Dessert in a Party or Social Gathering

Written by Healthy Eater. Posted in Frozen yogurt cups, Paper ice cream cups, Yogurt cups

Yogurt cups
Arranging or organizing a party is by no means an easy task, the requirement being to think about every facet of what makes a party or a social event successful, and plan everything down to the last possible detail. Then, it hinges on the proper execution of this plan. A lot things have to fall into place if you want your party or social event be a success, and like most cases, a lot of it comes down to the food that you provide. Planning a menu for a party or a social event can be extremely difficult, as you would have to cater to the tastes and preferences of a large number of people. However, when it comes to providing a sweet ending to the meal with a delicious dessert, you do have the option to take the easy way out by choosing something that you already know that most people would enjoy to the hilt. Yes, we

6 Unique and Clever Ways to Use a Spoon

Written by Healthy Eater. Posted in Drinks, Tasting spoon, Yogurt cups

Paper ice cream cup
My one year old son was trying to eat the end of a slushy with the straw. He had enough innovation to bite the straw until it was flat in order to try and use it to collect more substance. It wasn’t working. He was getting frustrated. That’s when he looked up and saw the silverware holder in the center of the table holding forks, knives and spoons. His eyes lit up; ‘Poon!’ he cried. Of course, a spoon was handed to him and he happily and successfully finished his slushy. My slushy. Anyway, it prompted a thought; as an adult, spoons really are used to eat the most delightful of foods. Gelato, ice cream, frozen yogurt, regular yogurt, pudding and a plethora of other delicious desse